We’ve got a royal delivery to the North Pole!
Today (November 30), Prince William was in Finland for a mini royal tour and met Santa. Of course, he had to hand-deliver Prince George’s Christmas list. “I’ve seen you and I had to give you this letter,” he said.
So what does George want for Christmas?
This is beyond cute: Prince George’s letter to Father Christmas – and the first time we have seen the future king’s signature. PS he’s been nice and wants a police car! pic.twitter.com/QDiwlFiGBa
— Rebecca English (@RE_DailyMail) November 30, 2017
A police car. George is obsessed with all forms of automobiles—firetrucks, planes, trains, motorcycles—so it makes sense that he wants a police car for Christmas. He seems to be taking after his dad, who wanted to be a policeman when he was around George’s age. But as Prince Harry reminded him, he had to be King when he grew up!
Subscribe to our daily newsletter! What I find so cute about this list is that George could have asked for four more things, but he only asked for one. You’re so sweet, George! Also, this is the first time we’ve seen George’s handwriting and it’s pretty impressive for a four-year-old. It’s a good thing he’s practising writing his name, because he will have many years of signing it on royal documents.
And in case you were wondering, George has been nice, not naughty this year. He circled “nice” at the top of his Christmas list. I can’t imagine any child would risk circling naughty out of fear that Father Christmas would stuff their stocking with coal.
Now, I wonder what Princess Charlotte wants for Christmas? She’s still a bit young to write her own letter, which is probably why William didn’t bring hers. I suspect she wants something pink (it’s her favourite colour) or something to do with horses (since she loves them).
Hopefully, we will get pictures of George and Charlotte this year on the Cambridges’ Christmas card. If not, maybes the kids will walk with mom and dad on Christmas morning to the church. We definitely need more sightings of these cute royal kids.
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